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Subject: Ustulina
From: Alan Wallbank
Date: Jan 08 2009 08:15:08
Just a brief thought on this thread, which I found fascinating - it's a
bit of a sneaky little pathogen and interests me that no-one's commented
on the fact that it also seems to have a predilection for sycamores. 


But it strikes me that the re-naming of the fungus hasn't gained much
favour - we all still seem to use Ustulina. Is it a generational thing
or does Kretzschmaria just not do it for us all? 




Alan Wallbank

Urban Forestry Officer

Cannock Chase District Council

Civic Centre

Beecroft Road



WS11 1BG



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